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resurge

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v resurge rise again "His need for a meal resurged","The candidate resurged after leaving politics for several years"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • resurge To rise again: in allusion to the motto resurgam, used on funeral hatchments.
    • resurge To surge back; swing back or rebound: said specifically of that portion of an oscillation in which the movement is away from the position of maximum displacement and toward equilibrium.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Resurge rē-surj′ to rise again
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. re-, again, surgĕre, surrectum, to rise.

Usage

In literature:

In this vivid resurgence she seemed to lose her precise recollections of him now that he was alive.
"Special Messenger" by Robert W. Chambers
That, however, was only one phase of the Mohammedan Revival in that region, another phase being a marked resurgence of proselyting zeal.
"The New World of Islam" by Lothrop Stoddard
All Barry's doubts resurged upon him.
"Gold Out of Celebes" by Aylward Edward Dingle
But there was terror for her in this resurgence of her unwedded self.
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
Only the resurgent youth in him was again demanding youth for its mate.
"Virginia" by Ellen Glasgow
The idea that Milly might even now be resurgent fluttered Tims's pulses with a mixed emotion.
"The Invader" by Margaret L. Woods
But dearer than all resurged his Jewish memories.
"Ghetto Comedies" by Israel Zangwill
By that sudden resurging of long forgotten emotion Pan judged the nature of what the years had made him.
"Valley of Wild Horses" by Zane Grey
A great coup his resurging energy was meditating at Hamburg, was swept clean from his mind.
"Dreamers of the Ghetto" by I. Zangwill
The old Adam makes disquieting resurgences in the swept and garnished mansion from which he seemed to have been for ever cast out.
"God and Mr. Wells" by William Archer
It was resurgence and invasion, violence shaking the very doors of life.
"The Immortal Moment" by May Sinclair
Now with vehemence her panic fear resurged.
"The Daughter Pays" by Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
As before on the moon itself, he felt a resurgent desire to bathe in an atmosphere of life.
"Palos of the Dog Star Pack" by J. U. Giesy
Its resurgent dirge stirs vague forebodings which root in the calamitous experience of the race.
"The Mystery of The Barranca" by Herman Whitaker
We are witnessing a resurgence of devilry that is perfectly appalling.
"The Whole Armour of God" by John Henry Jowett
Potch lifted her hand to his lips, a resurge of the virile male in him moving his restraint.
"The Black Opal" by Katharine Susannah Prichard
With the unheeded warning resurgent and clamoring in his ears, Smith knelt horror-stricken beside the fallen man.
"The Real Man" by Francis Lynde
We then witness a "resurgence," or increase, of the previously submerged element.
"The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy" by Theodore Lothrop Stoddard
For a moment resurgent panic tore her.
"Out of the Air" by Inez Haynes Irwin
It was noon of that Day Resurgent.
"The Wolf Cub" by Patrick Casey
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In poetry:

Naked as resurgency.
But then her kindly lovers,
The wind and sun, will camouflage
What the rain uncovers.
"Wupatki" by Norman MacLeod
It sank with piteous yelp, resurged
Electrical with fear.
O had she on old Kraken urged
Her word of mercy clear!
"Archduchess Anne" by George Meredith
Again I seem to know the tears
Of other lives, the woe and pain
Of days that died; resurgent wane
The moons of countless bygone years.
"The Butterfly" by Clark Ashton Smith
Could both but once cry, "Far thou art,
But I am coming!" How the beat
Of waves that part them would retreat,
Resurge and find them, heart to heart!
"The Egoists" by Edith Nesbit
by deracination—grunge,
hip-hop, Chinese takeout,
co-ops—while the globe's
elixir caters, year by year,
to the resurgence of this
climbing tentpole, frilled and stippled
"A Catalpa Tree On West Twelfth Street" by Amy Clampitt

In news:

Seniors have guided Villa Maria's water polo resurgence.
What happened next is a story of heroism, faith and resurgence.
Herb Field's Observations About Flea Resurgence.
A Christ-centered leadership and character development program for girls ages 5-18 is experiencing a resurgence in the Tulsa area.
American Heritage Girls sees resurgence of Christ-centered scouting in Tulsa.
Jeff Gordon's regret, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s resurgence and more thoughts.
Look for a strong Canadian men's team and a resurgent US women's team.
SMU – Against a steady UCF team, SMU had a chance to prove that its two-game resurgence wasn't just a fluke in a match up with major Conference USA implications.
Former Michigan star Mike Hart's infamous comment sparked Michigan State's resurgence in series.
On a drive through England's countryside, T+L discovers intimate new inns and a stylish resurgence in the region's seaside villages.
Unable to stop a second half resurgence from the Kennett Indians on Thursday, the Sikeston eighth grade team fell 48-42.
Much of it has to do with the resurgence of Curry, who is healthy after undergoing surgery on his right ankle each of the past two seasons.
AP Photo/Nam Y HuhAlfonso Soriano had an unlikely resurgent season with 32 home runs and 108 RBIs.
Paal Smith-Meyer is waving a BusinessWeek article in front of me about LEGO 's resurgence.
Dan St Marseille Departure Resurgent Music.
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In science:

In this paper we will make one such connection, relating the Connes’ noncommutative geometry’s resurgence in M(atrix) compactification to a phenomenon of noncommutativity of space due to mixed boundary conditions in string theory [6,7].
Mixed Branes and M(atrix) Theory on Noncommutative Torus
Since then there has been a resurgence of interest in probabilistic aspects of combinatorial parameters of permutations and related ob jects.
Descent Functions and Random Young Tableaux
Recent discoveries of new materials, novel synchrotron based probes which can directly observe orbital ordering, and many technologically important phenomena such as colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) and spin-electronics where orbital degeneracies play a role, have led to a resurgence of interest in these systems.
Some Recent Issues in Quantum Magnetism
Over the past few years there has been perhaps a resurgence of interest in non-linear evolution in QCD. Hatta presented us with a summary of some of the latest developments in the field .
Diffraction 2006: Theoretical Summary
Indeed, in recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in these models with the realisation that they can be thought of as being dual to some TeV scale extra-dimensional models .
Physics Beyond the Standard Model and Cosmological Connections: A Summary from LCWS 06
The K meson sector had a resurgence at one point after being pushed down for a long time.
Round Table Discussion at the Final Session of FPCP 2008: The Future of Flavor Physics and CP
Pham, Resurgence de Voros et p´eridodes des courbes hyperelliptiques, An.
Motivic Donaldson-Thomas invariants: summary of results
In section IV we consider the impact of temperature on the expected visibility of the interference pattern and its loss (and resurgence) over time.
Time Evolution of Harmonic Oscillator Thermal Momentum Superposition States
The NSM has also seen a resurgence of activity with studies of input micro-physics and its influence on M0ν [18, 19] with recent values given in Ref. .
Double Beta Decay
Indeed, there has been some resurgent interest [7, 17] recently, and as argued in the introductory section, one should press on when considering the “heavy Higgs” scenario.
Some Unfinished Thoughts on Strong Yukawa Couplings
The NSM has also seen a resurgence of activity with studies of input micro-physics 35,36 with recent values given in Ref. 37.
Recent Progress in Double Beta Decay
This and other attractive phenomenological properties of exceptional groups have been a significant driving force behind a resurgence in work on F-theory and its applications to model building.
Models of Particle Physics from Type IIB String Theory and F-theory: A Review
Recently, there has been a resurgence of interest in models where SM gauge interactions, not gravity, act as the messengers of supersymmetry breaking.
Summary of the Supersymmetry Working Group
The HERA event excess at high-Q2 with a possible resonance component at Me+ q ∼ 200 GeV has led to a resurgence of popularity for models with leptoquarks, including SUSY models in which squarks play the role of leptoquarks.
Muon Colliders: The Machine and The Physics
In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in the PM, with several applications reported that build on this exact solvability 2 .
Some new perspectives on pairing in nuclei
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